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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Oct 31, 2019 10:59 pm

Iranian scheme to prevent the resignation of Abdul Mahdi

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31-10-2019 09:32 PM

Baghdad / News

In a new affirmation of the influence Iran has on the political circles in Iraq, Reuters, on Thursday, revealed a meeting on Wednesday, between the Quds Force commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Qasem Soleimani, and the leader of the "conquest" Hadi al-Amiri, to plan to keep Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in power.

The Iraqi President Barham Saleh, announced on Thursday, that Abdul Mahdi agreed to resign, but on the condition that there is no constitutional vacuum, he said.

This comes after the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, the Prime Minister to resign, calling Hadi al-Amiri to cooperate with him to achieve this.

These moves are in response to the demands of the protesters, who came out in various cities to demand to "overthrow the regime", and fight corruption, and other legitimate demands.

The Reuters news agency, citing unnamed sources, that Qassem Soleimani demanded Ameri during the meeting, which took place in Baghdad, to continue to support Abdul Mahdi, with the help of Iranian-backed factions.

An Iranian security official told Reuters that Soleimani visited Iraq to "advise", saying: "Iraq's security is important to us, and we have helped them in the past."

"The Quds Force commander travels to Iraq and other countries in the region regularly, especially when our allies ask for help."

Earlier this month, Iraqi security officials told Reuters that pro-Iranian factions had deployed their snipers on rooftops in Baghdad to crack down on protesters and brutally counter demonstrations.

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